100 Favorite Dishes: Lobster Bomb From Galanga
The lobster bomb from Galanga.
Photo by Eric Barton
As a countdown to the Best Of Broward Palm Beach 2010, coming in May, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to John.Linn@BrowardPalmBeach.com.
No. 67: Lobster Bomb from Galanga
In the two camps of sushi dishes, there's the clean, simple sashimi style, often nothing more than a shard of raw fish. Then there's the junk food of sushi -- the sauce-drenched roll with something fried inside. Galanga's lobster bomb is certainly in the latter category, but it's also certainly one fantastic roll. It includes a tempura-style lobster tail, tempura flecks, scallion, masago, and spicy mayo draped over the top. On the side: the tail shell with another tempura-battered tail.
Previous 100 Favorite Dishes:
No. 68: Wheat Chiabatta from Gran Forno
No. 69: Fried Chicken from Fran's Chicken Haven
No. 70: Salsa from Zona Fresca
No. 71: Falafel from Sunrise Pita
No. 72: Golden crab curry from Bamboo Fire
No. 73: Grilled squid from Sushi Bon
No. 74: Beef pho from Basilic Vietnamese Grill
No. 75: Stuffed poblano from Canyon
No. 76: Raja tamales from Chini's Burritos
No. 77: Udon soup from Sushi 1
No. 78: Steak fries from Maguires Hill 16
No. 79: Cheesesteak from Sonny's Famous Steak Hogies
No. 80: Sliders from Zed451
Favorite Dishes No. 81 through No. 100
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